Why do students borrow in risky ways, run out of money, default on loans, and then ultimately withdraw from school? It's a common assumption that low-income students aren't financially literate. The 2017 report from The Center for Community College Student Engagementreveals that there may be more nuanced reasons to explain why students experience financial troubles. Keep reading to learn more about the report on student financial health.
There are a lot of misconceptions out there regarding texting with students. We already know that texting is the most ubiquitous way to reach them - in fact, 97% of college students use texting as their primary means of communication.1
We recently came across a white paper titled “Mythbusting Admissions: Where Prospects and Professionals Agree, and Disagree, on Enrollment Marketing, Messages, and Channels,” which promulgated several misconceptions about text messaging. For example, the white paper considers text messages to be a form of marketing spam - which they certainly can be, if done incorrectly. That is why it is so important to be strategic when sending students text messages!
Texting is everywhere and everyone texts, but how much do you actually know about texting? You might know how to send an emoji, but do you know what the first text message said? We've gathered seven of the best texting facts to share with you - enjoy!